Originally Posted by monsterwongpoker
I could listen to Alan Boston forever. What a great guy. So genuine and puts his whole heart into everything he does. Is he a little blind about Howard Lederer's role in the Full Tilt collapse? Sure, but at least he's showing great loyalty...
Loyality seems to be the only thing that counts today. Same with the other case he talked about. Defending someone with just "He is a great guy and he would not steal 30m because he does not need it." There have been so many greedy "great guys" who commited crimes for less money they needed even less.
I have been listening to the Pokercast for many many years and as far as I can tell, I have always listened to every episode from beginning to end. But between Alan Boston and the thing with Preet Bharara this is the first time I am noping out of an episode early.